Dont forget to watch The Nerdist tonight with Joe Manganiello
NiceGirlsTV.com has a interview with Audrey Fisher for their TV Obsession series.
What’s the first show you remember watching? How old were you?
I remember being mesmerized by I Dream of Jeannie. I was obsessed with her pink chiffon stylized ’60s harem outfit and her miniature hookah apartment.Also Bewitched, Sam was so effortlessly stylish and I loved it when she suddenly would appear in a black witchy gown. And, well, ENDORA. Nuff said. Read it all at the link.
Some True Blood bits from an interview with Adina Porter, Lettie Mae.
And what about the upcoming season of “True Blood”?
I don’t know! They just called me in for the next episode.
So, something will happen with Lettie Mae towards the end of the season? Do you know what it is?
No! I don’t know. That’s how I am with “True Blood.” In the first season, I would ask other people, “Am I in this script?” This one, I just wait for the phone call. So the phone calls come and now it’s all about making sure that I can try to do both shows.What has it been like to be involved in a show like “True Blood” with such a devoted fan base? What kind of adventures have you had because of it?
I get these looks, where people are like, “Did we go to high school together?” Then they have the realization that I’m Tara’s mother, and it’s like, “Oh!” It’s fun. It helps sometimes at the airport. [laughs] Getting through security; maybe I don’t get profiled as much as I used to. [Some people say], “Wow, you look so much better in real life.” When you come back to work on “True Blood,” is it like going back home?
It’s lovely, yes! Home… “Newsroom” really feels like home. I kind of get a little nervous if I’m not there for a while. Like, “I’ve got to get back!” But [on "True Blood"], it’s like, “Hey! Adina’s back! Lettie Mae’s back!” So yes, it feels comfortable. Once I was there and I was being a little picky, and I said, “Where’s my seat-back? I’ve got a seat-back! I don’t wanna be just a guest star, come on!” [laughs] And they found it! MORE
Evidence, release date July 19, 2013 (limited) Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi, Screenwriter: John Swetnam
Starring: Stephen Moyer, Radha Mitchell, Nolan Gerard Funk, Dale Dickey, Caitlin Stasey, Torrey DeVitto, Albert Kuo, Harry Lennix
Plot Summary: The found footage thriller opens in the middle of the desert outside of Los Angeles, where a massacre has just occurred. The only evidence at the crime scene is the victim's personal electric devices, including a camcorder, Flip Cam and two cell phones. With nothing else to go on, two detectives must analyze the bits of found footage to piece together the identity of the ruthless killer. Source
Maxine is coming back for Season 6!-Dale Raoul